The previously announced patch for the Xbox One video game, Stardew Valley, is on its way and is currently set for a February 1st launch for console owners. The developers posted release notes for the patch earlier today detailing how the update would fix the corrupted save file that’s been affecting so many players but also mentioning several other changes that are planned.
Here’s the full list of Stardew Valley changes for Xbox One owners:
- Fixed potential loss of item in cursor slot when clicking the bundles tab in the pause menu.
- Fixed crash when hatching / buying baby blue chickens.
- Fixed crashes that sometimes occur when clearing quests out of the quest log.
- Petting a fully-happy animal no longer wraps happiness around to 0.
- Animals with a deluxe product no longer produce less at higher happiness.
- Fixed a golden pumpkin duplication exploit.
- Fixed ‘Exit to Title’ causing some values and bits of world state to be ‘carried over’ between games. This affected, among other things, the availability of chests in the mines.
- Fixed crashes while saving.
- Possible fix for fertilizer boxes being placed instead of fertilizer.
- The bug that causes crashes while looking for save files has been fixed.
- Most saves that couldn’t be loaded before should now load. In some cases there may be lingering minor graphical issues in save files that previously couldn’t be loaded.
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